Linux and Email Infrastructure: Freedom and Choice
sponsored by Scalix Corporation
After decades of relatively little change, electronic mail, the world's most ubiquitous application, is in great need of improvement. Issues of security, reliability, performance, cost of ownership and lock-in plague most organizations today. The disruptive shift brought about by Linux and open source has created a unique opportunity to define a new generation email infrastructure that supports the demands placed on today's systems. The strengths inherent to Linux—open, secure, reliable, cost-effective, high performance—make it a superior platform for email infrastructure. These promising advances are causing many organizations to consider a Linux-based email infrastructure as an alternative to today's proprietary systems. This paper examines the case for choosing a Linux-based email infrastructure and offers criteria for evaluating solutions.
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